cwGit server - secure Git repository for Windows

cwGit server is a packaging of our ssh server Copssh and Git, providing a ready-to-use secure Git repository on Windows.

 

 

 

Itefix provides a virtual test lab in where you can try our products with full functionality. At the moment we have 7 hosts (Windows 7, Windows 2008 R2, Windows 2012 R2, Windows 10, Windows 2016, Windows 2019 and Lubuntu 16.04 for Unix scenarios). Our lab has no Internet access. All lab computers are refreshed every three hours.

Itefix software is available via a URL on the desktop. You have also access to some popular 3rd party software to test client scenarios. Download the software to lab computers which share the same network, so it is possible to experiment with multiple hosts. A network diagram showing the connectivity is available via the URL.

Our lab has also a Lubuntu 16.04 desktop to test Unix/X windows scenarios. In the case you need to login via ssh from an other test computer, you can use following credentials: user lab1user, pwd user1lab

Gitwin - Git Server for Windows
USD 49.00

This product contains a cwGit server installer with 64-bit binaries. Quantity is the number of computers to install the product on.

 

Supported platforms : Vista/2008(R2)/7/8/2012(R2)/10/2016/2019 

 

cwGit server comes as a ZIP file containing an installer. Simply unzip your downloaded copy and run the package:

  1. Accept License agreement.
  2. Specify an installation location.
  3. Installation starts. By clicking 'Details' button, you can get more detailed information about installation.

You have now a Windows based secure Git repository solution which can be accessed via ssh protocol.

 

cwGit server installer performs following steps:

  • Installs Copssh as OpenSSH server listening on the default ssh port 22.
  • Opens tcp port 22 in the Windows firewall
  • Installs Git
 

 

cwGit server supports Ssh protocol:

  • You need to activate a user for ssh access via Copssh Control Panel.
  • Your ssh-activated user needs to be enabled for public key authentication (pka). This can be done by clicking Keys button for the selected user in the Control Panel. You can either import a public key of your own (Import button), or let the pka wizard (Add button) create a pka key pair for you.
  • Create a git repository. It is so simple as to enter the command below from the Bash shell (available from Copssh start menu):
git init --bare /home/youruser/repo-a


You can now access your newly created repository from Git clients by using the url below:

ssh://youruser@wingit-server/home/youruser/repo-a
 

 

cwGit server 3.14.0

Release date: 
17/12/2020